2020, who died this year

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  1. Gatoragn

    Gatoragn Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Two & 1/2 men was the last network show my wife & I made sure to watch weekly.
     
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  2. ellis36

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    My wife & I watched it in reruns until we knew the script by heart! It was still funny!

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  3. Caveman Jim

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  5. ellis36

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    That's OK.
    You can still catch it on reruns! :D


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  6. Caveman Jim

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    I'm not wanting to sit on the couch that much, I might not be able to get up...:D:D:D
     
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    Still early but our democracy.......??. 20190405_203104.jpeg
     
  8. primer1

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    She was hilarious! She made that show successful, like Kramer's character made Seinfeld's show. Not saying either show wouldn't have been successful, just not as much so.
     
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  9. boatme98

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    Oh man, how did this get by me?
    Spencer Davis, 81
     
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    James Randi, 92 Known as The Amazing Randi.
    Famous magician and debunker of all things "psychic" and paranormal.
     
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    That’s really sad (yes, I know he was 92) I loved James Randi- he was me of the foremost members of the skeptic community (those who believe that we should only accept things as true if they can be proven so with science and/or logic. Everything than cannot be proven to be true or false must be taken with an agnostic approach) Randi was definitely huge in attacking all the “psychics” and other mystical/paranormal blood suckers. He was definitely a hero of mine.
     
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    Hutton Gibson, father of Mel. A nasty character blessed with longevity by the devil. If you missed his demise this year at the age of almost 102, don’t feel bad.
     
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  13. Gatoragn

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    That was in May, kind of late to the party.
     
  14. Caveman Jim

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    We live in a constitutional republic, as said many years ago “if you can keep it.”
     
  15. Gatoragn

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    Jerry Jeff Walker, singer, songwriter, Mr. Bojangles. 78 years of age.

    RIP.
     
  16. TimKS

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    My uncle, Fred Simon, (namesake of Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steak Burgers) died Sunday, Oct. 25th at the age of 95.

    If you've never eaten at a Freddy's, you're missing out on a good burger.

    https://freddysusa.com/
     
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  17. Gatoragn

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    I have eaten at a Freddy's in the ATL metro area.
     
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  18. TimKS

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    They are good. There are something like 350 stores spread out over 32 states and even a couple in Dubai.
     
  19. sheepdawg

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    I miss Freddy's. None where I live now, probably a good thing.

    R.I P. Freddy.
     
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  20. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member Admin Moderator Lifetime Supporter

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    Well. We have Freddy’s here in the Tulsa area. I’ve never eaten at one, though. I’ll have to make it a point to go there. Kind of reminds me of a combination of Culver’s in the Midwest and Steak and Shake.